Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater went down with non-contact knee injury

Ben Goessling - [Full Article]

The Vikings just called off practice after 25 minutes, when Teddy Bridgewater went down on a non-contact play. Trainers immediately rushed to Bridgewater's side, while players dropped to one knee in prayer.

Fantasy Impact: 

Other outlets are reporting it is a knee injury and it looks serious. If he misses extended time, it's a blow to Minnesota's Super Bowl hopes and the upside of the team's passing game, including Stefon Diggs. Shaun Hill is a capable backup, and can hold down the fort for a few weeks if Bridgewater's injury isn't season-ending. Hill has a career 62.0% completion rate, and a 49-to-30 TD-to-INT ratio. His career 6.8 YPA is a half-yard less than the league average (7.3 YPA) in 2015.

Filed Under: 2016, Preseason

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